Yesterday we had the pleasure to interview 16 most outstanding candidates for the 2015-6 Shoulder Fellowship at the University of Washington. Most of them were able to make dinner at our home the night before.
At the Saturday interviews, our suspicions were confirmed: these are the strongest candidates we've seen for many years. The future of shoulder surgery is in good hands!
The interview process was even more special because the interviewees had the chance to meet our two new faculty members, Albert Gee, who did his fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and Jason Hsu, who is completing his fellowship at Washington University in St Louis. Albert and Jason will bring new clinical and investigative dimensions to the UW Shoulder Team and make our fellowship experience even stronger.
More about our fellowship and faculty can be seen here.
- Reverse total shoulder in the face of glenoid defects
- The future of shoulder and elbow surgery
- X-rays for shoulder arthritis
- Shoulder exercises
- Rotator cuff and rotator cuff tears - what you should know about them.
- Conservative surgery for rotator cuff tear - return to white water kayaking
- How should we evaluate and treat the microbiologic aspects of a patient with a failed arthroplasty?
- Propionibacterium - the most common bacteria on healthy skin and in infected shoulder joint replacements
- Does implant sonication help in the diagnosis of periprosthetic shoulder infection?
- What does Propionibacterium do to living tissue?